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Fantasy Invention, with the Ability for the Most Positive Impact

Fantasy Invention, with the Ability for the Most Positive Impact

Srinidhi Polkampally, Opinions Editor

September 30, 2017


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I am enchanted by elements of fantasy and fiction. With books such as the Harry Potter and the Percy Jackson series that defined much of my younger childhood, I have come to adore fantasy stories that pushed me past my wildest imagination. Movies such as Star Wars and Avatar also aided in my drive t...

Athlete of the Month: Thomas McBride

Athlete of the Month: Thomas McBride

Darwin Arias, Features Editor

September 29, 2017


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To start off the 2017-2018 school year, The Current is featuring rising senior Thomas (TJ) McBride as Athlete of The Month. McBride has excelled as a striving and dedicated runner on the Ossining High School’s Varsity Cross Country, Indoor Track, and Outdoor Track team. His dedication is seen through...

Does “It” Do the Book Justice?

Does “It” Do the Book Justice?

Jared Fel, Editor In-Chief

September 28, 2017


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In 1986, author Stephen King published “It,” which introduced to the science-fiction community seven tenacious teenagers nicknamed The Losers Club, who faced off against a child-killing, shape-shifting clown named Pennywise (or, as the kids call him, It), an evil being that has been infesting their...

The Maestro’s Corner: Chillest Beats

The Maestro’s Corner:  Chillest Beats

Emma San Martin, Entertainment Editor

September 27, 2017


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Lofi is an emerging subgenre of hip hop with a focus on chill vibes. But where did it originate?

The Release of the iPhone 8 & X

The Release of the iPhone 8 & X

Fanny Zhang, News Editor

September 27, 2017


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It’s that time of the year again where anticipation and excitement builds, as the large profound company Apple, releases a new generation of iPhones, iPads, Macbooks, and more. Apple has one of the biggest influences in the society we live in today. Apple has sold a tremendous amount of iPhones si...

Artist of the Month: Lucas Slavin

Artist of the Month: Lucas Slavin

Diana Kennedy, Managing Editor

September 27, 2017


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    The September title for Artist of the Month goes to Lucas Slavin, a student who exhibits versatile musical talents. Besides being the leader in the school marching band, Lucas is involved in prestigious musical institutions outside of school. While he is well versed in woodwind and brass instrumen...

Ossining Cross Country Dominates at White Plains Invitational

Ossining Cross Country Dominates at White Plains Invitational

Angela Torricella, Staff Writer

September 24, 2017


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The Ossining Cross Country team has seen an interesting past few years, and has gone from being an extremely young and eager team, to the strong squad of upperclassmen it was predicted to be ( with the addition of the strong underclassmen who bring another bright future to the program). The girls team...

OHS September Sports Roundup

OHS September Sports Roundup

Maggie Ford, Sports Editor

September 24, 2017


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Cross Country: The OHS cross country team hit the ground running in September, coming out of a strong preseason camp to place well in all of its meets thus far. The team has been guided by new coach Ken Torricella, a former All-American runner at Iona College, and father of co-captain Angela Torricella...

Portland Train Attack

Portland Train Attack

Fanny Zhang, News Editor

June 8, 2017


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In our everyday lives, most of us have witnessed verbal and sometimes physical attacks on an individual or group’s looks and beliefs. These attacks can be seen from school halls to the streets of our community. However, on May 26, 2017, assaults that were witnessed on a commuter train in Portland, O...

The Maestro’s Corner: More than Four

The Maestro’s Corner: More than Four
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Emma San Martin, Entertainment Editor

June 7, 2017


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"The Four Seasons" is composer Antonio Vivaldi's most famous work. While it's certainly a masterpiece, there's much more to Vivaldi.

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